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Very inappropriate elimination!! I am going out of my mind!
About 9 months ago I noticed one of my cats was peeing on my clothes in the laundry baskets (clean or dirty, it didn't matter). He's gone on to peeing on my bedclothes, whether I'm in the be or not. Saturday I felt him walk up the be until he got beside me, he didn't try to wake me or get my attention in any way, but the next thing I knew I felt my back getting warm, and yep...he peed in the bed right beside me! Tonight I came up to bed after putting on fresh linens yesterday...pee all over the spot where I sleep!
He was checked out several months back and had 6 teeth removed due to dental disease. That stopped the peeing for about a week, the right back at it. I even consulted an animal communicator (how's that for desperation) who suggested a few things, and mentioned he may be needing more attention from me. I moved his scratching post and climber thingy so he could jump up onto my wardrobe...he loves it, but he's even more pee prone. My other 2 cats, both female do not do this at all.
I am desperate....I'm getting angry with him, and while I've not come anywhere near giving him a smack, I am afraid I may do so eventually. I don't want to get rid of him, but I am at my wits end!
I need help!